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"That Body" on Giant Records on the "Class Act" soundtrack 1994

"Sweetyhead" for the "Slow Burning" Mixtape 2004

"In Ohio" featuring Feezy "Signed vs. Unsigned Hype Vol.2" Double Empact Records

"Hip Hop Uncensored" Vol. 7 on Intangible Records

"Black Butterfly" with Black Child of The Inc. Records

"Alone in the Crowd" with Belinda Lipscomb of Midnight Star

"Role Play" for the UPN network "Ambush Makeover" fashion show at Club Speed in Manhattan


Feeling a bit camera shy


Born in Southwestern Ohio, Mikos was submerged in the music business at the tender age of 3. His father was a member of the gospel quintet “The Silver Tones”. As a young child, Mikos traveled to various churches with his father. By the age of 5, he was singing solo’s in the church choir. Mikos developed his skills by learning to play several instruments while in grade school. While nurturing his music skills, success came early becoming his high school’s first drum major.

After high school Mikos joined “Cold Premiere”, a hip-hop quintet, which featured nationally acclaimed choreographer Shane Sparks. In 1990, the group was signed to Giant/Warner Brothers where Mikos got his first dose of fame and notoriety.

The group was signed by Irving Azoff and subsequently was put through the training and development of a seasoned act. Mikos and Cold Premiere made their Hollywood debut in the Kid ‘N Play movie “Class Act”, which included a song on the soundtrack called “That Body”. They were label mates with acts such as “Jade”, “Tracy Spencer” & “Color Me Badd”. Six years later the group disbanded and Mikos went solo.

Mikos spent his time with Giant/Warner Brothers creating relationships and gaining valuable industry knowledge. Mikos paid his dues by working as a vocalist for hot acts such as “Bobby Brown”, “Vanessa Williams”, “Tony Hanes”, “Kipper Jones” and “Anita Pointer” of the Pointer Sisters. Now Mikos has gathered up all of his joyful experiences, drama, jubilation and disappointments and re-invented himself. His song writng and stage performance are stellar reminders of these.

Mikos joined Ovations Entertainment in November of 2002. This collaboration will be responsible for creating his next music project.